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Sweater Selfies: Man Knits His Way Around The World

January 14, 2017

Sam Barsky thinks outside the postcard: He takes photos of himself posing in front of places he visits — wearing sweaters inspired by that same place. His eccentric works of art have gone viral.

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Document Warns Of $3.6B Higher High-Speed Rail Cost

January 14, 2017

(AP) - A document obtained by The Los Angeles Times says the first leg of California's $64 billion high-speed rail project could cost as much as $3.6 billion more than previous estimates and take years longer to build.

Protests Erupt As Far-Right Speaker Returns To UC Davis

January 13, 2017

Far-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos held a rally Saturday at the University of California, Davis, after protests shut down a planned event Friday night at which Yiannapolous and former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli were set to speak.

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Non-Partisan Analyst Disputes Brown Admin's Deficit Projection

January 13, 2017 | Ben Bradford

California may have more money to work with than the Brown Administration projected earlier this week, when it demanded a slowdown of state spending.

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Sacramento PD Officers Cleared In Shooting Death Of Dazion Flenaugh

January 13, 2017 | Bob Moffitt

The Sacramento District Attorney's Office has cleared three Sacramento Police Officers in an officer-involved shooting death that gave rise to Sacramento's Black Lives Matter movement. Family of the dead man are planning a rally.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Events

January 13, 2017

People nationwide observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day every January in remembrance of King's legacy and accomplishments. Here's what's happening in and around Sacramento through the weekend.

Sonya Sorich / Sacramento Business Journal

Business Journal: Top Grade Healthcare, The Brig Bar And Grill, Lyon's Restaurant

January 13, 2017

It'll be a blast from the past for lovers of comfort food. Lyon's Restaurant is back and will be opening locations in Roseville and Citrus Heights. The Sacramento Business Journal's Sonya Sorich has details, and more business news.

Andrew Harnik / AP

Insight With Beth Ruyak

Fiat-Chrysler, Becerra Confirmation And More Budget Analysis With Ben Bradford

January 13, 2017

In this week’s Capitol Chat, State Government Reporter Ben Bradford examines the newest emissions cheating scandal, the confirmation of new attorney general Xavier Becerra and the governor's state budget proposal.

Insight With Beth Ruyak

UC Davis Professor Studies Mating Behaviors Of Birds

January 13, 2017

Professor Gail Patricelli is a UC Davis professor studying the mating habits of birds. She talks with Insight about her findings.

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Assembly Democrats Propose Cap-And-Trade Extension

January 12, 2017 | Ben Bradford

The bill is simple, but the politics are complicated.

Stockton Police Department Releases Three-Year Strategic Plan To Combat Crime

January 12, 2017 | Rich Ibarra

The Stockton Police Department is out with its three-year Strategic Plan to combat crime. It calls for developing community trust and putting more officers on the street.

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